Mom of 3, Entrepreneur, Educator with an unhealthy obsession with Chick-Fil-A mac and cheese.
Most of my time is sent dreaming, doing, teaching, praying, retrieving snacks from the pantry, and folding endless baskets of laundry.
I love helping entrepreneurs save time so they can get back to what they love most about their business.
You know Pinterest is a big asset to your business, but you just don’t know where to start. We’ve got you covered! Guest blogger Sue Crites – Pinterest expert – is here to drop her top tips for using Pinterest for your business.
Rather than attempting to be all the things for your business, there is a simple, efficient, effective, and income-generating alternative. Learn what, when, and how to outsource in my post!
Raise your hand if you are working from home while your children are running around during our current quarantine situation! Just raised my hand too, friend! Working full time from home always sounded amazing, but let me be the first to tell you that this is NOT how I envisioned it, can I get an […]
email marketing expert and business continuity strategist
An entrepreneur since I charged $0.25 for a single cracker with spreadable cheese from my lunchbox at the Kindergarten lunch table.
I'm an educator (with a strong southern accent) who knows 150% what the struggle is when creating an email list, and the opt-in, and the welcome sequence, and the millions of other details that we handle while doing all the things as we run this digital biz.
Unlike other educators out there, I hold my Masters in Education so you are getting a real, actual teacher behind these templates, resources, and courses. Not only do I know how to teach, but I have experience with what I am teaching you.
I have spent nearly a decade in the insurance industry and fully understand the importance of risk management. It doesn't just stop with purchasing a business owners insurance policy from the insurance agent down the street. We must have Business Continuity Plans in our businesses to make sure we are fully prepared for the unexpected.